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Is there any limitation to where you can use engineered flooring?
In following the guidance of the NWFA (National Wood Flooring Association) engineered flooring performs best in the 30-55% relative humidity range. Engineered flooring typically does not like drier climates or climates that experience seasonal drops in relative humidity. In areas where the relative humidity drops 30% for an extended period engineered flooring can experience cracks in wear layer due to excessive dryness. This is not a defect in the product. It is simply the reaction of the structure to an overly dry environment.
What is wide plank engineered wood flooring?
Wide plank flooring refers to floors that use boards which are much wider than the typical 2¼” to 3” boards used in commercial flooring. A wide plank floor may use boards that are 8” to 20” or more, creating a more striking and distinctive look that allows the grain and the personality of the hardwood to shine through. Wide plank engineered wood flooring is simply engineered hardwood flooring that comes in greater widths.
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The Carlisle difference: wide plank engineered wood flooring
Why choose engineered wood flooring from Carlisle? Apart from the superior quality of our engineered floors and the greater options for customization, you can count on our team to provide exceptional service throughout the process. From your initial conversation with our flooring specialists, to your comprehensive consultation with design experts, to the day your floor is delivered and installed, our guides will help you find the right flooring for your home, your lifestyle and your budget.